The latest installment of the franchise centers around Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.
A festival of muddy, violent CGI that relies far too heavily on star power to carry it along.
A mildly diverting but mostly exhausting nostalgia exercise that gets a charge from its cast.
The former wrestler reaffirmed his political intentions on Ellen.
The arcade game adaptation arrives in theaters this April.
Johnson: “In all honesty: it’s the biggest piece of dog shit I’ve ever heard.”
Karen Gillian, Jack Black, and Nick Jonas also star in the reimagining of the 1995 kids’ classic.
The new-millennium update doesn’t land its big laughs or its stabs at ’90s nostalgia.
The actor touched on his prospects once again in a recent GQ cover story.
Plus, Perry and HAIM are booked as Saturday Night Live’s final musical guests of the season.
A new trailer from Funny or Die reimagines the juggernaut action series with Seinfeld at its center.
The latest Furious entry struggles against its increasing bloat.